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Properties of art

Properties of art

Sonoma artist and historian Barbara White Perry has been creating detailed ink and vine-charcoal drawings of historic Sonoma Valley,... Continue

‘Carrie: The Musical’

'Carrie: The Musical'

Jill Wagoner (standing) and Emily Qvistgaard portray Margaret and Carrie White in “Carrie: The Musical,” opening February 25 on... Continue

First look at new trails

First look at new trails

After two decades of planning, the Bay Area Ridge Trail has been extended over Sonoma Mountain and into Jack London State Historic... Continue

Head of Sonoma Visitors Bureau to step down

Head of Sonoma Visitors Bureau to step down

Wendy Peterson, who served as executive director of the Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau for 15 years, will step down in July. “It has... Continue

Council fills two spots on Sonoma planning panel

The City of Sonoma Planning Commission is back to its full compliment of seven members with the appointment of city planner and landscape... Continue

Gorin on ‘The State of the County’

Gorin on 'The State of the County'

First District Supervisor Susa Gorin’s annual report to the Board, part two.      Read More →

Crossing paths

Crossing paths

Editor: Re: “Danger on ‘so-called’ walking path’”: I believe they are called bicycle paths, Ms. Logan!... Continue

Saving the Snow Leopard

Saving the Snow Leopard

The tenth anniversary season of the Wine Country Nature Lectures, curated by Sonoma Birding, will offer four lectures, covering new... Continue

Laughing matters

Laughing matters

Comedian Keith Lowell Jensen doesn’t know what you’re doing for Middle East peace, but he’s having a bagel with hummus. The... Continue

An allegiance to ‘Republic’

An allegiance to ‘Republic’

For sisters Michelle Mammini and Jeannette Tomany, having fun is serious business. As owners of Republic of Thrift, they not only work... Continue